Includes “links to a number of translations of F. Laruelle’s that have been posted in the past year or so, just to cross-wire the translation interests along with Fractal Ontology.”
Intro to Textual Machines,
The Transcendental Computer: A Non-philosophical Utopia,
Badiou and Non-Philosophy: a Parallel,
The Concept of an Ordinary Ethics or Ethics Founded in Man,
The Concept of Generalized Analysis or of ‘Non-Analysis’,
Who Are Minorities and How To Think Them?
- Short note on Laruelle’s Anti-Badiou
- Hot off the Press: A Non-Philosophical Theory of Nature
- Critical thoughts on meditation, Literature and the Capitalist Subject
- Reading Alain Badiou’s “Being and Event” 3: Badiou and the Thesis That Philosophy and Ontology are “Separate”
- Women in Philosophy vs. Feminist Philosophy
- Schelling’s Spaces (pt 2)
- What is philosophy and does it have a future?
- Ancient & Medieval Philosophy: Introduction
- Philosopher’s Annual: Ten Best Papers of 2012
- Non-Philosophy in Translation
I wanted to let everyone know that two of Laruelle’s books (Dictionary of Non-Philosophy) (Philosophy and Non-Philosophy) are now in print and available to order. Univocal has done a great job in getting both of these books out in rapid succession, and the mirror fractal images of the covers just makes the pair the ultimate accessory :).
The Dictionary has been fully revised, and there’s a new introduction by the author included, along with his essay on the non-philosophical dictionary. All in all, it’s infinitely better than the PDF dictionary, which is outmoded and incomparably inferior.
I also wanted to link to a number of translations of F. Laruelle’s that I have posted in the past year or so, just to cross-wire the translation interests along with Fractal Ontology, my original conduit and channel for my translation-inspirations.
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